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LEONARD JAMES PULAK (LEN)

Born: Apr 26, 1972

Date of Passing: Dec 26, 2021

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PULAK: Leonard James Pulak passed away peacefully on December 26, 2021 at the Northern Lights Regional Health Centre in Fort McMurray, Alberta due to medical complications. He has found home with his parents, Florence and Arthur and his oldest brother, Daniel. Born in Brandon on April 26, 1972, Len graduated from Vincent Massey High School in 1990. He pursued a career in Computer Science which took him to several locations in Alberta, ultimately landing in Fort McMurray. As the youngest of five children, Len was only two years old when his mother became terminally ill and twelve years when his father passed away. This experience deeply affected Len and his siblings. From a young age, Len left a lasting impression on those he met with his bold, outgoing personality. In his last few years, Len found solace in the connections he maintained with his siblings. He is survived by his son, Jordan; sister, Marlene (Marlow); brothers: Dave, Greg (Pauline) and Patrick (April) as well as his nephews, Leland, Taylor, Zachary, James, Ethan and Sebastian.

Those we love don't go away

THEY WALK BESIDE US
Every day, unseen, unheard
But always near
STILL LOVED, STILL MISSED
and very dear.

Len will be dearly missed by his family and close friends in Fort McMurray. A private Celebration of Life will be held by the family. In lieu of donations or flowers, we ask that you spread love and joy in Len's memory through a random act of kindness.

Messages of condolence
may be placed at
www.brockiedonovan.com.

As published in Brandon Sun on Jan 08, 2022

Condolences & Memories (2 entries)

  • My deepest sympathy to your whole family on Len’s passing. We were dear childhood friends from the time we met in grade 7. We hadn’t spoken or seen each other for many years but out of the blue he connected with me through social media. Len had a huge presence and played a huge part in all of my Clear Lake memories. The world was brighter with him in it. I am so sorry for your loss. On behalf of the Dressler family, please accept my condolences. Alison - Posted by: Alison Dressler (Old friend) on: Jan 09, 2022

  • Len and I reconnected recently after many years. We were good friends in high school, university, and starting out professionally. I will miss you Len. - Posted by: Joel Oliphant (Friend) on: Jan 08, 2022

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